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Old 06-20-09, 02:56 AM   #1
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Adventure Lights - Guardian Light and bike mount (photos)

Got my bike mounts in the other day and got one installed. Would probably be better to screw this on a proper seat post clamp but I like the military look of the mount and O ring. Still if the O ring pops you'd probably drop this light and never know it. At 10 bucks a light it's not the end of the world but still.

And I suspect this O ring was intended for a smaller sized seat post than the thicker Dahon seatposts. It fits but it's a stretch.

Scratches on the seat post are unrelated to this. They came from a clamp the original owner had on the post.

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Old 06-20-09, 03:00 PM   #2
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Got my bike mounts in the other day and got one installed. Would probably be better to screw this on a proper seat post clamp but I like the military look of the mount and O ring. Still if the O ring pops you'd probably drop this light and never know it. At 10 bucks a light it's not the end of the world but still.

And I suspect this O ring was intended for a smaller sized seat post than the thicker Dahon seatposts. It fits but it's a stretch.
yes. definitely try to screw it. i had the same rubber o-ring on my saddle bag and didn't last a week. what i did when it popped is i fixed it and put velcro tape.

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